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Do's and don'ts of handling "excited delirium" suspects

May 23, 2006

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Do's and don'ts of handling "excited delirium" suspects
Do's and don'ts of handling

Part 1 of 2 by P-1 Senior Contributor Chuck Remsberg
Sponsored by Blauer

A subject in the throes of excited delirium "may be so far down the road to destruction" that realistically you have little hope of doing more than "witnessing his death. Even if you're able to manage the situation perfectly, he may still die."

That stark message was delivered at the recent annual training conference...

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Go to Remsburg's P1 column 10-8: Life on the Line

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